Bitcoins are on a rocky path to becoming regulated in a number of states, including New York . Proponents of the peer-to-peer payment system say that it becomes a better currency as inve... Read More
A winning bidder claimed 2,700 BTC (worth $1.58m) at an auction held by the US Marshals Service (USMS) today.
In total, only five registered bidders sought to claim the 2,700 BTC block, the agency ... Read More
Cameron Winklevoss announced that Daily Auctions will be launched in Singapore and China as the part of the Gemini trading platform. Considering the difference in the vision of Gemini and other... Read More
"We believe this is the first-ever end-of-day Bitcoin exchange auction. Auctions create greater price discovery and liquidity, resulting in a very meaningful final auction price. If you were building ... Read More
In order to participate in the auction, bidders must first register with the USMS by August 18 to be eligible to submit a bid on the Bitcoins worth $1.6 million USD (BitStamp). As well, bidders must... Read More
Regulation News Moves Bitcoin Prices, BIS Report Says
A new report from the Bank of International Settlements (BIS) contends that bitcoin markets are swayed by news events related to regulation.
"While cryptocurrencies are often thought to operate out
Walmart Tells Produce Suppliers to Use Blockchain by Next September
Walmart plans to sell leafy greens that are tracked using blockchain technology within the next year.
In a press release published Monday, the world's largest retailer both by revenue and by employ
The US Should Take a 'Leadership' Role on Blockchain, IBM Report Argues
Developers and companies researching blockchain technology are looking to the U.S. government to help spur adoption, a new report by IBM claims.
Written by Thomas Hardjono, director of the MIT Trus
Coinbase Just Partnered With A Token Startup in Bid to Attract Pro Traders
U.S.-based crypto exchange Coinbase has teamed up with the token-based trading protocol startup Caspian in an effort to boost its offerings aimed at pro traders and financial firms.
Under the deal,